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203 Main Street--Telephone No. 69-Advertising Rates Furnished on Application. BEAR MEAT WILL BE SENT OH HERE ANACONDA HUNTER AND A BITTER ROOT NIMROD ARE OUT AFTER BRUIN WITH DOGS. THEY ARE MIGHTY HUNTERS Certain to Land Big Game, as Their Spoil in the Past Has Been the Envy of the Community, 5PEC1IA1. TO 'Til IN'sT ar iMO'.'AIV. Anaconda. ct. .-W\\'ithitn a few weeks it is just about a certainty that there will be sone bear meat coiting atlong this way from the cast fork of the hitter Root. W. C. Morgan of Greig's left today for Martin Johnson's place up there, and those who know the men undlerstand what it means for the big gamne when those two gentlemen get together. This season Mr. Johnson has a number of bear dogs with which the hunting will be done. The aninalnls are now well trained. Already Mr. Johttson has se cured one large hear with the dog,. Just what success he has lately had is not k:nown. since no word has been received frollt hint for about three weeks. Messrs. Morgan and Johntson go after the biggest game to tie had. Their kills in years gonte by have been excellent nites and the envy of all the sports in the coun try hereabouts. Wit til bear dogs now Jn the possession of Mr. Johnson it is ex pected that sonie big game will fall before the marksmen. Mr. Morgan will go to the mountainous home of his friend on horseback. lie will arrive in that locality about Sunllay after noon, stopping during the night at the houses of friends along the w;y. CO OUT AFTER DOUCKS HUNTERS SEEK A LAST SHOT BE FORE THE BIRDS FLY SOUTH FOR THE WINTER. sPtECIAt .TO T .E INTER MOUNTAIN. Anaconda, Sept. a.-From all sides conies the report that the dtucks are rush ing south for the winter. In consequence the hunters are making for the favorite grounds hereaboutts preparatory to getting a last shot for the season. On the Georgetown Flats, of course, the ducks are plentiful and the hunting at this particular time quite good. Even for miles this way, in one or two spots where there is a little water, good sport has been found. Reports camine yesterday from Warm Springs that out there there were to he seen hundreds of ducks on their sway south. The general rush of the sportsmen will likely rid the districts quickly of the ducks, as the bombardment this year has been greater than for many seasons past. FOOTBALL TEAM IS ASSURED Practice Game Showed That Good Ma terial Is to Be Had. Anaconda, Oct. 2.-Anaconda proposes to be represented on the football field this season. At a meeting to be held this evening at the Hearst free library, steps toward organizing a team will be taken. A preliminary practice has already taken place which has developed the fact that there is an abundance of good material in Anaconda. A practice game with the Anaconda Juniors probably will be played within the next four or five weeks. 11. lHarrington, who played fullback for Anaconda last year; Frank Mal loy, center; Joe Thomas, quarterback; Ed Anderson, right end, andn J. Fisher, left end, probably will be on the city team this year. Owing to the absence of Fire Chief Robert MIentrum from the city at this time the deci. sion on the contest for the most meritorious photograph taken of the smoke stack at the Washoe smelters will he postponed until about the 6th of the present month. Fire Chief Men. ttum will have returned then and the judges to award the prizes will make their decision. In the meantime the photographs will be on exhibition at the Adams )Department store. At the Montana. M. D. Kern and wife, Butte; C. W. Swin. borne, Anaconda; D)r. Murray, Ilutte; 1). W. Brunton, Denver; \V. W. Johnston, IButte; Charles E. Daly, Newark, N. J,; S. Adams and wife, I. J. Vanderslce, Kansas City; A. F, Shepardson, New York; W. W. Kellogg, Miss Evans, Frank Mottle, Charles French and family, Anaconda. rein Sc. THE CIGAR that's proud of its name, because its quality is always the same. The only smoke that never changes in aroma or in price. The Largest Selling Brand of Cigars in the World he Sand I the Smoker's Prtototio SANTRY THINKS HE CAN 00 THE TRICK BELIEVES HE WILL BE ABLE TO BEAT HERRERA WHEN THE TWO MEET HERF BISHOP SAYS HE WILL NOT 'Mexican's Manager Says Bout Will Be Close, but That His Man Will Win After Fifteenth. iI'I IA I, I. ) 111 iE INTE Mio 'NIAIN. Anacondia, Oct. ..-\Vith respect to the m;atch to lie nt:ole betw een A urelio IIcr rera and Iddtlie Santry there is licing a grealt deal said amiong those isho are always interestedl in that kinil of a lanme. Santry has manlly ndniirers. lie will 1Inot he alone in his Iblief that victory will hI his when he imets the Mexican on or al.'lnt the evening of the 24th1 of the Itpresent month in Ai'aconlda tinder the auspices of the nitint laggiti club. ii spleakingl of ithe huntl Teddly Murphy, ninager of Saintry, writes to the local club : "S:untry is in Flie sh;ape. Aurelio Iler rertm will surely have a hard time of o. wh. lt he meetsl Santry. I really think there is a dlefeat in stre for this tough lMexician, Ilerrera, whom I regard as one of the hlardlest pieces of human t ineclh:aisnl that .alks. ;Santry will be right after him; on that yout can idepend. (itn the oth of this month(l Sanitry hIboxes Jack DIughertly at Milwa:tkee. lIoiigherty Is a big feclliw for Santry to go algaitist, lbut he will win." NIMurphy thintks he has the man who will make Ilerrera awaken to the fact that there are others. It's stranlge how opin ions differ. Iisihop declares that Murlphlly has a right to think well oif his iman, but that lHerrera will take Sanltry's mtieasure just as hlie has the others before hitm. Ilisholp insisits that within 15 rounds there will ice nothing to it but the lMexican. The mtanager of the Mexicain, howcvcr, believes th;at*Santry will put tiup a contest well worthy of the name, and in conse quilence does not care to ma:tke his boast toio broad before the mill. There seems little likelilinod of the cotn test fallilng through at this time. RIoth m11' are anlxiltous to get into the ring lcelore the M.loti t lihg.in clllb, anll it is thought will be here a week previous to the contest. AMUSEMENTS 1'14rVIAL T' Till IT'.R . MO I' NTAIN. Anaconda, Oct. 2.-I laverly's Mastodun minstrels will be at the Margaret theater on the evening of October 6. They conme here indorsed by the press of the follow ing Eastern cities, in which this fatuous organization has recently played, viz.: The New York Telegraphl, says: "li hit and a minstrel treat;" the l'hiladelplhia Press, "An excellent show ;" the Record, "Accorded an enthusiastic welcome: Washington Post, "Greeting an ovation;" l'ittsburg Times, "The best of the season." Ilaverly's Ma\stdons are this season starring that rapid-fire artillery of min streldom, Billy \Van, a comedian who is ever up-to-date with new parodies and funny sayings. Ashton Stevens, in the San Francisco lExaminer, recently dubbed him "the assassin of sorrow." Ably as sisting Sir. Van is a comnpany of half a hundred other noted white celebrities, consisting of talent that strictly adhere to minstrelsy, no white faces being allowed to mar the study in black. As an out-door attraction the famous Ilaverly minstrel coincert band, under the direction of Frank Fuhrer, the "creatore" of minstrel bandmasters, will give one of their famous concerts in front of the Margaret theater, playinlg selections from the latest New York successes. JOLLY ELK'S COMPLIMENT SPEF'IAL. TO T HE INTER Mist NTrAIN. Anaconda, O(ct. z.--The September numbier of the Jolly Elk. just received, has the follow ing: "The minstrel show given by the Elks at Anaconda, mont., last month, has been pro ntunced by many critics of note as the best in the line of amateur work they have ever seen, regardless of geographical location. That Montana herd has a national reputation, and when they set out to do anything they do it right. Mlany of our Eastern friends could well afford to copy the antics of some of the 'wild Sand woulies.' " T'he sanme journal also s,'s: ".\s interlocu. Ior in the Elks miinstrel shi, at \Anaconda and Iluitte, Brother . T'. Willi:mn was a pro. nountced success." CHIEF JUSTICE IS A GUEST OF HONOR EXALTED RULER OF THE ELKS OF TREASURE STATE ENTERTAIN ED IN ANACONDA. SOCIAL SESSION IS ENJOYED Song and Story Occupy !Men With the Antlers Until a Late Hour-Treat to the Local Members. ,IIIEf'IA. 'T O 1 0 1L4 INIER MOIU'NrAIN, Anaconda, ()et. 2.--At last evening's session of thie I. 1'. (. F. Chief Justice ltrantly of the supremelll court was present as theul( honored guest. The chief justice is thei x.'itel ruler of the Elks lodge in Ilelclna, and in conse quence the meeting of the antlered breth rcn last eveninltg was one which promised at treat to the local IIcmibers. The chief justice was detained after the meeting had adjourned taII a social ses sion was held. The ev.nlilng was spelnt with songs and music and sonle story tell ing. Even the jurist was rather unwilling to leave when the sessioln finally adjourned, owing to the excellent tiell ExIxlted Ruler W. It Wehll and his assistants had pre pared for the occasion. REDDY AND OGILVIE TRIAL IS STILL ON l' I IAI. TO TIlE IN INl MOI NIAIN. Alnacolnda, Oct. .-ln Justice Murphy's court the preliminary hearing of Reddy and (Ogilvie, the men charged with rob bing the sluice boxgs of the French Gulch Itedgitng companuly, is on this afternoon. It was taken up at a o'clock. A large. crowd is in attendancc. Attorney \V. It. kIdigrs has been re-. tailned to assist ill the IproIsecltionll. Attor ney J. i). I)utTy represents the defelnse. The case will be on se veral days. JUDGE HAYES' DECISIONS Beryle Hastings Is Given a Floater by Police Magistrate. RI'l..IAL l1' THl: INTi, t It UTlNl AIN. .\latri la, clet, a. Iryle Iastingsl , a nolol. riouI. resident of llainville, who thae givenl the police considtraitle tIrou le ill the past, w.as given a *1 -alr lt It lof town yesterday ( it s.uslpenleld sentence of ' 11 dlays for drllunkenllness. Mary Newman, who tarted to clean outt lain sctreet e'rly yesterday morningll, an1d who mttelld warwi.hops all the way to the city jail n 1l. lihd there iy 1illver ilarchion. was sell tlc.ed !ast evening by Judge Hayes to pay a tine of $i0. Judlge tIIyes also dealt wilthl the Small hys wh,. in their attempt to proculre a square mIeal Iram Ii. SI. J.ans' refrigerator, .ell I.ull I his electric tri e idetector iapplaraItlus. lie let Itln go with a reprimand. W.C.T.U.DINNER BEING EATEN Temperance Workers Are Raising Fund to Pay Off a Debt. I'lIAI, l T T ll INTE! M: Io'N'IAIN. .lI. lida, Oht..'.- - The W. tC. T. L', .ur nih.ed a New Englhann dinner to their friends this alfterllnoonll beginnnllllllg at a o'chlock. I he proceeds of tIhe dinnellr are to be used ill part liymnent of the public drinking fountain which was " a recently placed on Park avenue, ti hle W. C. T. I'. has liven working earnestly nill well with tile purpose illn view of providing a public drinking Iulltailln, and have nowCl SUIT TO QUIET TITLE FILEDI SI'I' IAl. TO T4HE4 INI'I:I M50'NTAIN. Anaonnda, i tet. 2.-Suit to quitt title was filed in the district court today Iy .\tt4orney J. J. McCalTsery. The property in question is the home of Emilio and Mary Frugoli, on East P'ark avenuc, which is claimed by F. L.. Friedrikson. WVilliam 'Thoauts, clerk of the court, has c.nipleted Ithe docket for the ()ctobecr term of court, and it is now being printed for tile convenience of the attorneys. ANACONDA BRIEFS A. D. T. messenger-prompt, reliable. Mrs. Archibald Gray, who has been down frontm Iutle, returned home last evening. I. I). Sheppard is here from New York city. ) Judge Ifrantly, who has been the guest of-. Mr. and Mrs. J. It. Ilnarman for the past few days, has returned to Ilelena. Thle Ravalli hotel at Ilantilton will be kept open tie year round, Judge Napton has gone to lhilipsburg. Calling cards, monograms and stationery, thle finest to be had at the most reasonable prices. Tl'he Inter Mountain office. 1)urston block, next to postoflire. William Weiss is here on business. John C. Lalor left the city last evenling for other sections of the state. For first.class printing, bookbin :ing or st:el die work at reasonable prices call at the Inter Mountain office, Main street, next to the post. office. The Anaconda 'Mill and Smeltcrmncn's Union installed its newly elected officers last even ing. They were: President, Eugene Cotter; first vice president, William Scanltin; second vice president, Mike O'llolihan; trustees, M. O'llara, William Shea and M. P. Tobin; audi. tors, C. C. Curran, F. P. Binard and Pat Gib. bons; sergeants-at-arms, Joe O'Brien and lughi Rafferty; guards, P. Mulligan and John Gartland, J. C. Savery, the mining man, is down from Cable. Revolution Broken. BY ASSOCIATED PRESS, Sofia, Bulgaria, Oct 2, 5:40 p. m,--Ac cording to advices received here this after noon the backbone of the revolution in Macedonia is broken. The Turkish troops are gaining the upper hand everywhere, Several insurgent chiefs have been killed or wounded; others are abandoning the" struggle and fleeing to the frontier; the revolutionary bands are sustaining heavy, losses and are seeking refuge in large numbers, and the Turks occupy every im portant point along the routes of retreat to the frontier. Fighting Is reported to have taken place throughout the districts of Razalog, Mel nik, Demirhissar and Nevrokop. EXCURSION TO CALIFORNIA. October za to is, Inclusive, the Oregon Short Line will sell excursion tickets, Butte to San Francisco and return, $So.oo; Los Angeles, $do.o. Stop-over privileges both directlon,;l fnal limit of ticket, November so, Remember this is goo miles the shortest and 14 hours the quickest route to California, Reserve berths now. Short Line city ticket office, son North Main street, Butte, Montana. H. O. Wllsoa, PRESBYTERIANS TO HOLO CONVENTION MONTANA SYNOD WILL ASSEMBLE IN MISSOULA OCTOBER 8 FOR ANNUAL MEETING. 'G`ROWTH OF STATE CHURCH Synod Is Only Ten Years Old and Butte Pastor Was the First Moderator Statistics of Membership, The Preshyterian synod of Montana will 'hldi its annual meeting in the First Pres lytlrian church of Missoula, October 8, ;,t 7:30 p. nt. '1 he synod is composed of all the min ilcrs in the state and one elder from each churclh, elected by the session of that tlhurch. iT"he beginnings of Presbyterianism in th(i state date back to 1857, when a Pres Il tlrian minister and his wife came to I:rt Itenton by way of the Missouri river ts missionaries to the Indians. I le Presbytery of Montana was or ganrizwed in r87a and the synod in 1893. It v. E. J. Groeneveld was the first mod ,er;ltnr of the synod at its organization. The meeting at Missoula next week will Ic the tenth anniversary of the synod. In 1893 there were 33 churches, with I,1,i8 members, of whom 137 had been re cLiveed during the year on profession of faith. There were 2a ministers and work erc. of whom ao were in active service. The churches gave during that year $27.328, of which $2.36o were for benev ,,lcees. There were 2,485 members in the Sunday-schools. After io years the number of churches h, i increased to ir, eight of these being :;It .upporting, with a membership of ol..'. of whoml 450 were received on pro fci.ion of faith during the past year. The Preshyterians have in all 71 preach ing points in thie state, which are looked aftir by 44 ministers. The 39 church Llihliings are valued at $r75,ooo, and 19 "u1tii(s aire worth $4o.ooo. 'TI he Sunday-school membership is nearly I3 ,'. The progress in all departments of v irk was quite satisfactory during the I)lring the year three new church huild ibid .-re dedicated, two manses built and ' fur new churches organized. I: the meeting at Missoula all the dif frcnt dlepartments of the work int the state a ill hi replrcsented. Rev. E. J. Groeneveld, eyv. I'. I:. uttirroughs and Rev. George A. llair s ill represent the First, Immanuel c:wl Smilh uIltte churches respectively, ac t empanied by one clder commissioner from reach church. iThe W\nmanr's Synodlical Missionary so i, Il will also hold its annoal meeting this yc;r ile .Missouila in connection with the il ' llltug of syniod. The delegat'es to this meeting from the First church. Butte, are: Mrs. R. S. \'il ,en. Mrs. Joseph A. Riddell, Mrs. C. S. I'asmnre andl Miss May Carman. An interesting program for the Missoula i elting has been provided by the commit tce onl arranlgemenlts, of which Rev. Walter ;ays,. pastor of the Missoula church, is chairman.i 'Pie Wiork of the synod is imakiing commendalle progress front year to year. The laithfulness and eliiciency of the \iirlers in tilhe home missionary sections i the L'United States is only beginning to I., understood andl appreciated by the ,trolng and wealthy synods in the East. In the Presbyterian church during the Iast ye::r the largest pIroportionate gains were' on home lllission grounlds. Montana rt1 lrted an increase of 86 per cent over the accessions of the last year, the highest of an(y synod in the church; Indian terri tory 5s per cent and North Dakota 42 p'ei ce.lt. OLD BAY STATE IS ALL ROOSEVELT'S MENTION OF HIS NAME IN STATE REPUBLICAN CONVENTION CAUSES A FUROR. HE IS INDORSED FOR 1904 Venerable Senator Hoar Nominates Gov ernor Bates for a Second Term Full Ticket Put In the Field. nY ASSOCIAT'r PRESS. ]Iston, Oct. 2.-In the same hall which w\;. yesterday filled with democrats the reputllicaui leaders of Massachusetts met todly to nominate their state ticket. The assembly was large and unanimous relomination of Gov. J. I. Bates, Lieu tenant Governor Curtis Guild, Jr., and the remainder of the present list of state offi ccrs was assured. Congressman Samuel L. Powers of Newton was chosen permanent chairman. Ilis mention of the name of President Roosevelt brought the delegates to their feet with a shout. The spectators also joined in this demonstration. Former Governor Crane read the reso lutions: "The republicans in Massachusetts in cinvention assembled give their hearty en dorsement to the administration of Presi deIt Roosevelt. An able, honest, fearless chief executive, we pledge to him our loyal support for the campaign of 1904, "\We reaffirm our belief in the policy of protection to American industries. While admitting that tariff schedules should be revised from. time to time, we declare that the present tariff law should not be revised or changed until the need of such action and the benefits to be obtained from it are clearly shown. "Whenever industrial conditions shall require a readjustment of the tariff, the work wil be undertaken by the republican party, the friends and defenders of pro ,tetion, without unnecessary disturbances to business or commerce and with fairness and justice to all American Interests, "To uphold law and order should be the first duty of every Amnerican citizen. In many sections of the country there Is a disregard of law which is bringing dis credit to the nation. All parties should in sist that public officials should be firm and resolute In the enforcement of law, re r gardless of personal or political conse. Squences. In this land dedicated to lib THE COPPER CITY ANACONDA, MONT. SATURDAY NIGHT MUSICAL Margaret Theater Orchestra Direction Professor Oustav Fischer. Come and Spend a Pleasant Evening. ' PROGRAMME >' March, "The Stars and Stripes Forever" ............................Sousa "Petite Causerie" (A Quiet Clhant)..........................Kerry Mills "Intermezzo," from Cavalleria Rusticana ........................Mascagni "Mexican Serenade".......................................Gustav Fischer 'Peaceful Henry"................................................. Kelly "Mills' ,Merry Melodies" (Medley Overture) .......................Smith "Me and Me Banjo"..............................e........ Kerry pills "Only a Soldier Boy"....................... ....... ............... "L'Amour aux Bois" (Cupid's Bower) .......................Kerry )Mills Selection from "The Burgomaster". ........................Gustav Luders "Dixie March". ...........................................Gustav Fischer Ladies' and Children's Underwear All Wool and Cotton Fleeced Underwear of Every Good Kind Prices for Saturday Prices for Saturday Ladies' fleeced vests and Lot odds and ends, heavy fleeced vests, drawers .....................25 for children, worth Ladies' cotton fleeced soc and 6oc ...................25 union suits ............... .fleeced vests and Ladies' all-wool ribbed Cotton fleeced vests and drawers, small sizes.......... 2Cc vests and drawers.......... raer ........... Ladies' wool Four grades, all-wool underwear for union suits.......... .... $1.50 boys and girls. TB[ COPPfR CITY ANACONDA, MONT. Butte, Anaconda & Pacific Ry. Co. Passenger Time Table, Sept. 23, 1903. WESTBOUND. EASTBOUND. Local Leave Arrive Local Leave Arrive Trains. Butte. Anaconda. Traina Anaconda. Butte, No. i-B., A. & P.......so:ooa.m. io:55a.m. No. a-B., A. & P....... 8:3o0 a.m. :a5 a.r No. 3-B., A. & P....... :o p.m. o p. :oo pm. No. 4-B., A. & P.......s:3 a.m. a:4o p.m. No. S-B., A. & P....... 5:oo p.m. 5:55 p.m. No. 6-B., A. & P ..... 3:ao p.m. 4:5 p.m. No. 7-B., A. & P.......io:45 p.m. Is:4o p.m. No. 8-B., A. & P....... 6:35 p.m. 7:3o p.m. To make connections with Northern Pacific Railway Westbound trains at Durant leave Anaconda at is:35 a. m., 3:ao and 6:35 p. m. To make connection with Great Northern Railway at Butte leavrAnaconda at 6:35 p.m. To make connection with O. S,. L. Railway at Silver Bow leave -Anaconda at 3:ao p. in. Tickets on sale at city ticket office (Great Northern Railway), as Main street, Butte, and at passenger station, B., A. & P. Railway. crty and freedom, the rule of the mob should be suppressed. "The republican party favors legislation that is just and fair to all interests that encourages and protects the enterprises of capital and promotes and safeguards the welfare of labor. "\VWe heartily endorse the administration of Governor Bates as able, safe and sub mit to the voters for their sanction in No vember." The platform was adopted unanimously. Senator HIoar nominated Governor John L. Bates for a second term and the nomi nation was made by acclamation. Secretary of the Navy Moody nominated Lieutenant Governor Guild and the nomi nation was made by acclamation and the balance of the ticket was accepted in the same way, the other nominees being: Secretary of state, William N. Olin, Bos ton; treasurer, Edward Bradford, Spring field; auditor, H. E. Turner of Maiden; attorney general, Herbert Parker of Lan caster. Your friend at the other end will think of you often and with greater admiration if you use none but the neatest stationery when writ ing to her. There is an exceent line of the best made with the real delicate monograms to match at the Inter Mountain office. Durston block, Anaconda. ARTIFICIAL RAIN And Clouds Can Be Produced by Means of Interesting Experiment. Into a cylindrical glass vessel, four inches in diameter and eight inches high, pour alcohol of 8a degrees, to about half the height of the glass. Cover the vessel with a porcelain saucer, immerse nearly to the top in a deep water bath, and cau tiously apply heat, continuing the same un til the entire vessel, with its contents and the saucer acquire a high heat, but below the temperature of boiling alcohol. Remove from the bath as gently as possible, so as not to disturb the hot liquid any more than necessary, and set the vessel on a wooden table. In a few minutes, or as soon as the sau cer has begun to cool down, the alcohol fumes which fill the upper part of the ves sel will begin to condense, and soon form visible clouds, just below the saucer. In a moment longer, the process of condensa tion will have reached a point when the liquefied alcohol begins to fall in a visible shower, straight downward to the surface of the still warm liquid, By using a microscope with, say a three-inch objective and the tube arranged horizontally, these drops may be seen and even approximately measured, the diameter being from 40 to So mikrons (a mikron is one thousandth of a millimeter), some being a trifle larger and some even smaller than these figures. If care is used this interesting spectacle may be made to last half an hour. At the commencement the vapors rise nearly to The Daly Bank and Trust Company of Anaoonda Anaconda, Montana. General banking In all bryndhe. Sell exchanges on New York Chicago, St Paul, Omaha, San Francisco etc., and draw direct on the principal cities of England, France, Ireland, Germany and the Orient. De osits from $1.oo and upward received Correspondents National City bank, New York sirn National bank Chicaso; First National bank St. Paul; Omaha National bank, Omalas Bank of California, San Fran. Cisco. John R. Toole, presidentl . 3, Greenwood, vice president* Louis V. Bennett, cashier & F. C. Norbeek, as sistant cashier. Money Won Is Money Earned A cafe play or a good bet can always be made by the wire. They're Beating Us Hard Why can't pon do it as well? Turf Exchange Pool Rooms Bar and Club Rooms in Conneetion. Main Street, Anaoonda the under surface of the saucer, but grad ually sinking toward the level of the liquid as the vessel and its contents cool off, leaving a clear atmosphere above them as they descend, This experiment places visibly before a class of school children, for instance, the whole phenomena of. cloud formation, con. densation and of rain, exactly as they oc cur in nature, with the single exception that the liquid is alcohol instead of water. Even the phenomena of the cyclone and of the rainbow may be introduced, the former by replacing the warm saucer with a cold one; and the latter by sending a beam of condensed light through the falling drop's lets.-Scientific American. Wanted Fly Paper, Small Harry-Please give me a nickel to buy some fly paper, papa? Papa-Why, Harry, what are you going to do with, fly paper ? Small Harry-Make a kite.-Cincinnati Enquirer.